Fret Dressing Stick

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Fret Dressing Stick Dressing Stick with 10 belts (2 of each grit)

Dressing Stick with 10 belts (2 of each grit)

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Fret Dressing Stick 120-grit replacement belt (red), pkg of 5

120-grit replacement belt (red), pkg of 5

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Fret Dressing Stick 240-grit replacement belt (blue), pkg of 5

240-grit replacement belt (blue), pkg of 5

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Fret Dressing Stick 320-grit replacement belt (green), pkg of 5

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Fret Dressing Stick 400-grit replacement belt (yellow), pkg of 5

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Fret Dressing Stick 600-grit replacement belt (black), pkg of 5

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Fret Dressing Stick

The Fret Dressing Stick features interchangeable sanding belts for removing the scratches left by leveling and crowning files.

File a notch in the end of the stick to conform to the crown of the fretwire, and with the finer-grit belts it becomes a great tool for fret polishing.

This 6" x 1/4" (152.40mm x 6.35mm) tool is spring-loaded to keep pressure on the sanding belt. A flip of your thumb rotates the belt for a fresh sanding surface.

The Dressing Stick isn't only for fret work. It's great for leveling drip marks in lacquer finishes or super glue touch-ups, for sanding inlays, for fine scroll work, and more.


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5.0

Cool.

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made in the USA! :)

5.0

Great for dressing the frets

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I had dressed all my fret jobs by hand using sandpaper and a small wood block. This Sanding stick worked out so well I don't know why I didn't get it sooner. Thanks Stewmac
Ms Ricki Leigh

5.0

Great Tool

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Love this cheap little tool. Be even better if the papers grit # was clearly written on them as my eyes can't easily tell the difference.

5.0

five stars

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I bought one and will buy at least two more. Excellent product and if you make a small notch on the stick's tip it's perfect for dressing frets.

5.0

Great little tool

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Works like a champ not only for dressing frets, but is extremely helpful in tight curves like mandolin scrolls.

5.0

Works very well

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It works great. Simple yet effective. If there was one constructive comment, it would be to make a version that has a concave end, to somewhat match different fret radii. But as is, works great.

5.0

On my all-star fretting team

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It doesn't look like it can, but this is on my top 3 tool when it comes to fret dressing. Must have! One of the best bang for the bucks.

4.0

Works Good 

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Works good for all kinds of sanding applications. I use them a lot for fret dressing, saddle work, nut work, and refinishing. I sand down the ends for different angles and to shape for fret dressing.- MAtt Dreher

4.0

Okay Tool

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Does a good job. Description says you can file a notch in the end to conform to the crown of the fret. Would be better if they were sold with a groove in them just like the fret files. As cheap as it is there could be a set for narrow, medium and wide for $10 to $15. Would be worth it.

5.0

Nice!

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awesome tool, compresses so you can change the belts easily, gets in tough places.. very cool.

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